An east coast efficiency expert who stakes his reputation on his ability to turn around a financially troubled Hollywood studio receives some help from a former child star who now works as a stand-in for the studio.
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3568 C (de) wrote: It's difficult to like a movie when the lead protagonist is such a loser that you spend the duration of the film hoping he's gonna get hit by a car.
Jayden B (gb) wrote: Two and a half stars.
Lauren K (nl) wrote: A very horrible film, but surprisingly I found it entertaining. I like a movie with blood, gore, and torture. The husband was an asshole and I think he deserved what he got....but it would have been smart to try to kill him in a different way, but his wife and lawyer were stupid fools who did not think.
Cheryl P (de) wrote: Historically inaccurate, terrible acting by the female lead but i LOVED it, been waiting a long time to see a movie about Vlad rather than Dracula and this one was done well - it's attempts to seperate fact from myth were handled quite well, a few facts thrown in against Hollywood rewrites, however i think the fact that it's made for the sci-fi channel made it better than a bigger budget movie would've and could not have asked for a better Vlad than Rudolf Martin...even if he was very tall to play someone who was supposed to have been tiny! Very glad they included the scene where he eats his dinner surrounded by impaled nobles and the turbans being nailed to the heads!
James C (ag) wrote: Disappointing. The equivalent of watching paint dry...with Muppets.
Adriana J (gb) wrote: Excellent documentary, but very sad. There are some towns in Mexico were there are almost no men left because they decided to migrate to the U.S. and children have to work really hard to help their families to (barely) make ends meet.
Josh B (ru) wrote: There's some future Wes Anderson-ites at play here. The Wolodarsky script and the Yeoman cinematography give little brush strokes of what we'd see later from Anderson.
Jonathan H (ag) wrote: Not a terrible flick.
Richard G (gb) wrote: "Lord, is it Mine" = best song ever.
Greg S (ru) wrote: A billionaire (Peter Sellers) adopts a bum (Ringo Starr) and uses his fortune to pull outrageous pranks designed to show how far people will debase themselves for money. The satire is so scattershot that it only hits the most obvious targets, but the gags get good in the last manic half hour, when amusing cameos from Christopher Lee, Raquel Welch and Yul Brynner liven things up.
The R (nl) wrote: Arguably one of the foundations of modern horror, Peter Bogdanovich's "Targets" attempts to connect the story of an aging horror star and a clean-cut all-American young man who goes on a killing spree. In crossing these two plots, the film makes the argument that the horror of today (1968, actually) is not the flamboyant monsters and ghouls of old, but comes out of the ordinariness of society, and is made with a sterility and coldness that emphasizes this. It doesn't always work, but when it does, the results are fascinating.
Heather D (ru) wrote: Modern audiences might find this story a bit stodgy and mechanical, but in its context, this is a brilliant little film. A turning point for realism in cinema as well as a story based on a difficult topic, this love story is unique in its sensitive approach to the characters and their disabilities. Excellent acting, wonderful script, a must see for anyone interested in the realism genre of the 1960s.
Dan P (it) wrote: My new favorite movie, both Casey Affleck and Christian Bale are incredible.
Giovanni M (ru) wrote: An exercise in syrupy sap, The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a movie I watched on cable for the sole purpose of a cheer-me-up film with Jennifer Gardner. Instead, I felt gross watching it. It's weirdly creepy and lives up the title "Odd".